Jazz To Replace Entire CRJ100 Jet Fleet With Q400 Turboprops By May 2013

Canadian regional operator Jazz by early next year will replace its entire fleet of Bombardier CRJ100 jets with Q400 turboprops. In 2010, Jazz’s parent company Chorus Aviation placed an order for 15 Q400s to fulfill Air Canada’s requirement to replace some 50-seat jets with 74-seat turboprops. Now...

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